“Anna caught our attention through her vivid, yet natural shooting style and her ability to capture the whole scene, not just her clients. We were also impressed with how easy it was to work long-distance with Anna from our home in Chicago, she spent a good amount of time video conferencing with us before we arrived in Copenhagen to get to know us and hear about any ideas we had for the shoot. By the time we met in person, she felt like a friend you hadn’t seen in a while. Her professionalism and effort extended beyond the photography as she helped convince a building’s manager to allow special access to get a photo we requested (ultimately he lead us into a few additional areas we didn’t even know about.) Anna took amazing photographs of our wedding, we received them quickly, just when she promised they would be ready. A wedding photographer has a difficult task because they only get one chance to capture a moment. Anna found all of the most beautiful, energy-filled moments and stole them away from time’s march so we could always remember the joy we felt that day. Scott and Christine.”
Forever grateful. Lot’s of love, A
Last week I met up with this beautiful couple at the Sunningdale Golf Club for some relaxed and fun-loving pictures in the beautiful Berkshire countryside. E + D, thank you for a fun afternoon together with you. I loved getting to know you both better and I’m very excited to see you both again in August for your wedding!
Lot’s of love, A
A couple of weeks ago was in Copenhagen as the wedding photographer for the most amazing Chicago Couple; Christine & Scott . Two american architects who’d come to Copenhagen to get married at the very romantic Thorvaldsens Museum right in the centre of the city. In the morning of the wedding they got ready on the top floor of their beautiful hotel D’angleterre, with views over Nyhavn and the city. S had not seen C getting ready and was waiting for his “first look” on the balcony. It was such a beautiful moment, seeing them both so happy and very much in love. A short walk later they got married at the museum, in what is the shortest ceremony of my my 300+ weddings I have photographed. It was a short and sweet 5 minutes long, and was followed by a lovely stroll around Thorvaldsens’ sculptures before heading out into the streets of beautiful Copenhagen for more pictures in places such as the canal, in Nyhavn and the new library.
C + S. You guys are fantastic! And so much fun! I loved spending time with you both and feels so honoured to have shared part of this special day with you. It’s obvious how at ease you are together and how natural and relaxed your relationship is. It was a cold day and you guys were just amazing walking around the city, laughing and posing and having so much fun. Thank you for everything!
Lot’s of love, always! A